Plates, bowls & trays

SWEET SUGARCANE PULP

Renewable resource Compostable

Sugarcane pulp is a more sustainable and healthier material for both humans and the planet compared to Styrofoam and plastic.
Our sugarcane pulp products will biodegrade in both a compost
environment and worm farm – returning valuable nutrients back
into the soil.

We use sugarcane pulp (bagasse) to produce a range of food service containers, plates and bowls.Sugarcane pulp is an abundant and rapidly renewable resource that will biodegrade in a compost environment, making it an ideal material for foodservice disposables. It is also a byproduct of the sugar refining industry, transforming an output that is currently considered waste into a valuable input for another
process providing significant environmental benefits.

The rate of decomposition depends on the temperature, turnover rate and moisture content of the compost pile. Products will biodegrade much faster if they are shredded into smaller pieces. Sugarcane pulp will biodegrade at the same rate as other fibrous garden waste in a home composting system. They are certified to biodegrade within 120 days in a commercial composting facility.

Using sugarcane pulp as a raw material preserves forests.

While 5 tonnes of wood are needed to produce 1 tonne of pulp for paper, only 1.5 tonnes of
sugarcane pulp are needed to produce the same amount.

HOT PAPER BOWLS

Use: Hot and cold use
Bowl: material Paper from managed plantations, IngeoTM bioplastic (PLA) lining
Lid material: IngeoTM bioplastic (PLA) and conventional plastic (PP) options
End of life: Paper bowl & PLA lid: Commercially compostable | PP lid: Recyclable

 

BIOCANE BOWLS, PLATES, AND TRAYS

Use: Hot and cold use
Material: Sugarcane pulp (bagasse)
End of life: Commercially compostable and recyclable

 

LIKE WHAT YOU SEE?

SHOP ONLINE NOW

PACKAGING FOR A CIRCULAR
ECONOMY

There is no waste in a circular economy – products are made and remade from sustainably sourced, infinitely recyclable materials.